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    ADA Reform Passes House

    BOMA achieved a major victory in the battle against “drive-by” lawsuits. H.R. 620, the “ADA Education and Reform Act” of 2017, sponsored by Reps. Ted Poe (R-Texas) and Scott Peters (D-Calif.) passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 225-192 with bipartisan support.  This issue has been a top legislative priority for BOMA International for several years.

    • Date: 2/21/2018
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    BOMA OEB Meets with Legislators

    At the end of January, I attended my first BOMA International National Issues Conference in Washington DC.  BOMA OEB President Warren Mead and Government Affairs Chair Manny Moreno also attended this three day event. This event is held in our nation's capital every two years, the first two days include briefings and speakers on legislative affairs. The event culminates with a day of congressional visits.  This year more than 200 visits with US Representatives and Senators were held.  

    • Date: 2/13/2018
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    BOMA Bay Area 2018 Awards Gala

    Looking forward to the upcoming BOMA Bay Area Awards Gala on Thursday, February 15th in San Francisco! Join us as we find out which of our Bay Area members will take home the local TOBY win. The 2017 local entrants from BOMA San Francisco are 55 Second Street ...

    • Date: 2/12/2018


RPA Courses

BOMA San Francisco and BOMA Oakland East Bay have partnered to offer BOMi RPA courses and Foundations of Real Estate Management courses in 2018.

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TOBY Awards

The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award is the most prestigious and comprehensive program in the commercial real estate industry recognizing quality in buildings and rewarding excellence in building management. Interested in participating in the TOBY competition? There's still time!

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CREATE Workforce

The Commercial Real Estate Alliance for Tomorrow’s Employees (CREATE) is a collaborative effort by leading commercial real estate companies and service firms to address the industry’s growing workforce challenges throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. CREATE connects young and emerging professionals to employers.

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